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Cozy setting on the balcony! Interesting menu, delicious food, comes at a price. Nice people, good service. Several gluten-free and wheat-free meals. Small supermarket on the ground floor, have a look!
Earth Cafe and Market is “a whole life concept” brand of organic, vegan shops and cafes providing for all your healthy food and lifestyle needs. They have a 100% plant-based menu in their cafe upstairs and an organic market selling healthy items downstairs. We had...falafel wraps there for our dinner, before heading back to our accommodation in Ubud. We had a great time there.More
We have been to Bali before last in 2019 and Earth Cafe was great. It’s really gone down hill now which is a big shame. We both wanted pasta the first day we went, and the menu boasts many varieties that you can choose from....We were told there was absolutely no pasta left at all so had to choose something else. We returned the next day in hope of having the pasta this time, and asked the waitress (who was the same one that served us the day before) if they had any and were told yes! Then she returned a few minutes later to inform us that there was in fact still no pasta. Confusing seeing as she was the same waitress who previously discovered that there was no pasta. So I chose the Mexicana Pizza that was advertised as ‘wholemeal pizza base with vegan cashew cheese and jackfruit’ i asked for no jack fruit eg. just a cheese pizza and the photo attached is what I received. A thin pizza base with tomato pasta sauce, absolutely drowned in a tasteless watery white sauce - and piled with black beans?!? It was a soupy mess and totally inedible. The toppings were sliding straight off the base as they were so thin and liquidy. It’s a real shame as the menu has so much potential but they let themselves down.More
There are so many great vegetarian and vegan places in Ubud, and I'd hoped this would be one. I didn't expect it could go wrong. Unfortunately I regret my visit, maybe I ordered the wrong food and drinks, but it was tasteless and the hummus...really bad. The tacos disapointing, cold, tasteless cashew cheese which was cold from the fridge, on top of luke warm beans. I didn't get the combination.. the nasi campur was alright, but not great, this I think should really have been served hot, but was also luke warm. I also had Kombucha tea which was not ready for serving I think. Impossible to drink for us, like pure vinegar. And I am used to drinking daily shots if vinegar, as well as I'm used to drinking good kombucha. The waiter said it's supposed to be that way, but I'm pretty sure it's not, I could only manage to drink one little shot mixed in a glass of water, still with stomach ache.
I do not like to give bad reviews, but based on my experiences with the food and drinks there I wouldn't recommend it. Perhaps they have better dishes & drinks.More
My family and I have eaten lunch here twice on our holidays.
The Mediterranean Platter is absolutely my favourite dish.
Large choice of drinks & smoothies which is perfect for cooling down on hot day.
My mum did order a coffee though which came out...cold.
Also they only have soy or almond milk, no cows milk (just so you know).
We love sitting up on the balcony to get a good view of streets and a nice break from walking.More
I must say admit that the competition of vegan food in ubud is tough but if there is one place I can never go wrong knowing their integrity , stainless steal pots, best ingredients , trained by a macrobiotic chef, and food has high nutritional...value . I love this place and feel at home every time i come .More
We came here once for beverages and had some desserts twice as we caught movies at the all-vegan theater next door, Paradiso.
They have vegan mango lassi and it's amazing! Vegan lassi isn't that easy to find.
We also had coffee and a couple of...other smoothies. They were nice, not overly sweet.
When we were at the movies we tried the brownie with ice cream (I think, it's not on their web menu) the raw apple cobbler and The 3C Crêpe. The chocolate thing was rich and amazing. The crepes were also delicious. The apple cobbler was good if you're feeling a healthier option. Sadly, no pics of dessert because it was dark in there.
Another note about Paradiso. It's 75k per movie ticket and that gives you 50k credit towards food. There's plenty on the movie menu that will be less than 50k including most desserts.
Only giving 4 stars because we didn't get a full meal there but no complaints about anything we had.More
Easily the worst meal we had during our stay in Bali and the couple next to us agreed. I had the tofu scramble and he has the tofu omelet. Tofu and vegetables were flavorless and soggy, and the “toast” was heated in a microwave. Tea...was served cold. Super overpriced for the quality of food and portion size. We also both got Bali belly!!!
There are so many other wonderful vegan restaurants in Ubud, don’t waste a meal here!More
Date of visit: October 2019
Baliliat, Owner at Earth Cafe & Market, responded to this reviewResponded October 2, 2019
I’m so sorry to read your review and to learn about your experience. I would like to know at what time you were there to address that issue with the staff on schedule at that time . This is totally wrong and I...More
Response from marketingdte | Property representative |
Thanks for contacting us. At the moment we don't sell homeopathic pillules but you can come and have a look to all the products, maybe you can find something that can help you, we have a lot of natural products... More
Thanks for contacting us. At the moment we don't sell homeopathic pillules but you can come and have a look to all the products, maybe you can find something that can help you, we have a lot of natural products :)
Response from EarthEllaB | Property representative |
Hi Jessica - the streets in Bali can be a little confusing. Our address is Jalan Lesmana No. 99, but there are a few Lesmana's in Bali so you need to specify Seminyak. We are opposite Villa Jodie and Beach Gold and just up... More
Hi Jessica - the streets in Bali can be a little confusing. Our address is Jalan Lesmana No. 99, but there are a few Lesmana's in Bali so you need to specify Seminyak. We are opposite Villa Jodie and Beach Gold and just up the road slightly from Ultimos.
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